THE NARRATIVE OF CAUCASIAN UNITY IN THE DRAMATIC SCENES OF CHILDREN'S STORIES
The idea of people's living together, cultural dialogue of different religious people and traditions, cooperation, striving for a peaceful and independent society to exist with high moral principles has always been the main aspiration of Georgian society.The work of Georgian thinkers of the nineteenth century was full with the idea of Caucasian people unity,for the revival, renewal and liberation of the nation, the thinking elite of Georgia had realized the vital necessity of Caucasian unity,a multi-ethnic and multi-religious country could not survive without respect of different ethnic groups,religions and friendship with them. Cultural cooperation and peaceful coexistence of people of religious belief and tradition is the main ideological supportive. Therefore, all mentioned above is the main ideological basis for building a democratic and successful country.
The 19th-century Georgian children's writer Jacob Gogebashvili’s books have been popular and admired by both children and adults for decades. He was a teacher, publicist, author of "Mother Language" and "Nature's Door", the founder of a society for spreading literacy among Georgians.
Jakob Gogebashvili's story’s "What did Lullaby do" dramatic part is one of the best examples of the peaceful coexistence of caucasian peoples,with a pedagogical point of view, as a basis in the formation of an ideology to build a democratic and successful country.Writing is an expression of the nation's soul, a teller and sharer of its sorrows.
Keywords: Humanism, Peaceful coexistence, Final song, Dramatic story, The narrative of Caucasian unity.